Investment to Improve Facilities at Tottenham Hale Rail Station

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Passengers using Tottenham Hale rail station are benefitting from improved facilities thanks to improvement works carried out by train operator, Greater Anglia.

The investment, funded by the National Stations Improvement Programme, has seen the installation of brand new toilets at the station.

Tottneham Hale has also received a 'deep clean' to refresh the station, fix minor repairs and remove gum and grafitti. Brand new signage and attractive new flower tubs have also been installed to bring the station up to standard.

As a result, passengers are enjoying a brighter, cleaner and more welcoming station environment.

Councillor Nilgun Calver, Haringey Council’s Cabinet Member for the Environment, will visit the station on Thursday 16th August at 3.30pm to view the new facilities and meet the station team along with Dominic Millen of the West Anglia Routes Group and Susan Cross, Greater Anglia’s Head of Franchise Management.

Cllr Nilgun Canver, Haringey Council’s Cabinet Member for the Environment, said: “Tottenham Hale is a gateway to Haringey and I am so pleased that the station is now a fantastic example of regeneration and modernisation. As well as the new toilet facilities from Greater Anglia, the council has set about removing gum and graffiti and sprucing up the forecourt to help make the station feel like a welcoming and safe place to be. We should be proud that we have such great transport links in Haringey but we must all look after them too.”

Alan Neville, Area Customer Services Manager, said, “We are delighted that the upgrade to Tottenham Hale is now complete. The new facilities will be of great benefit to passengers using the station, creating a more welcoming environment for customers as they wait for trains."